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Maroon Vinyl. Philadelphia trio Carly Cosgrove's debut LP, See You In Chemistry, is about growth, but not the tidy, Instagram-ready kind. At it's beginning, vocalist and guitarist Lucas Naylor is steady, stable, and happy: the work has been done, progress has been made, things are alright. Over the remaining 11 tracks, and across a complex, earworm patchwork of riotous emo punk, towering post-hardcore, mathy indie rock, and crystalline shoegaze, things fall apart: bands dissolve, friendships end, and self-doubt, depression and anxiety triple-team their way to victory over happiness.
Maroon Vinyl. Philadelphia trio Carly Cosgrove's debut LP, See You In Chemistry, is about growth, but not the tidy, Instagram-ready kind. At it's beginning, vocalist and guitarist Lucas Naylor is steady, stable, and happy: the work has been done, progress has been made, things are alright. Over the remaining 11 tracks, and across a complex, earworm patchwork of riotous emo punk, towering post-hardcore, mathy indie rock, and crystalline shoegaze, things fall apart: bands dissolve, friendships end, and self-doubt, depression and anxiety triple-team their way to victory over happiness.
843563148082

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Format: Vinyl
Label: WAX BODEGA
Rel. Date: 04/22/2022
UPC: 843563148082

See You In Chemistry (Maroon) [Colored Vinyl] (Maro)
Artist: Carly Cosgrove
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $20.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Sit `n" Bounce
2. Munck
3. Really Big Shrimp
4. The Cooliest? Don't Ruin It
5. The Great Doheny
6. Gamesphere
7. Rue the Day
8. Cloudblock
9. Headaches
10. Chowder
11. See You in Chemistry

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Maroon Vinyl. Philadelphia trio Carly Cosgrove's debut LP, See You In Chemistry, is about growth, but not the tidy, Instagram-ready kind. At it's beginning, vocalist and guitarist Lucas Naylor is steady, stable, and happy: the work has been done, progress has been made, things are alright. Over the remaining 11 tracks, and across a complex, earworm patchwork of riotous emo punk, towering post-hardcore, mathy indie rock, and crystalline shoegaze, things fall apart: bands dissolve, friendships end, and self-doubt, depression and anxiety triple-team their way to victory over happiness.
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